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Kind of fascinating...
 
This is the sad, sad meal Richard Nixon ate just before resigning as president.

This isn't a recreation. It's a photo of the actual meal Nixon ate on August 8, 1974, immediately before going on TV, weeping, resigning, then getting into a helicopter and flying off. 

Food was so bad in the 70s that even the president was eating crap like this. 

http://www.npr.org/sections/thesalt/2015/07/16/423224405/the-startling-evocative-photo-of-nixons-resignation-lunch

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This is dangerous. This is Open Carry with whiskey. 
Kory Watkins, the fearless leader of an open carry group in Texas, shows us how to drink whiskey while carrying an AK-47 and a Glock. Watkins says, “time for some real fireworks.” Watkins-drunk. In the recent past, Watkins has threatened lawmakers' lives if they didn't pass Open Carry.
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I'm sharing this because of the composition of the photo. Some complaints have been going around about the US flag being disrespected by turning it into a rainbow-colored, gay pride flag. So here's the question: are we selective in what we deem offensive corruption of this symbol of our sovereignty? If you were offended by the gay pride version of the flag, are you offended by this stars-less version? Where is your line?
 
The First 'Homeland' Season 5 Teaser Trailer is Here - So What Does It Tell Us?
When we last left Carrie and her team in the Homeland season 4 finale, everything was in flux and lots of people where dead. Quinn, Carr...
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I've read all kinds of posts condemning the #SCOTUS  gay marriage decision as an usurpation of powers reserved to the state. Think for a minute about that astonishing sleight-of-hand feat. They have actually managed to get people arguing over which level of government gets to take away your freedoms.

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So true! 
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Here's my question. The whole gay marriage thing is based on acceptance, right? So why would a gay couple be so determined to be married by a pastor who does not believe in gay marriage? Let the man alone. You can get married by someone else, right?
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I suspect this is the work of the same people who created nationalreport.net which was even once cited (by mistake) as a news source by a Fox News Channel journalist. They're really very good at playing to the fear and gullibility of the religious right.
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It is absolutely impossible to keep up with all the great television being made these days. I love it!
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I have 5 k TV too.,very special custom made.real time
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This is shocking to me. One of the fundamental messages marketed by the GOP is that too many people have deliberately and irresponsibly chosen government income support over work (and in some aspects, I agree with that). But here we have Jeb and Paul making the argument that "too many people have part-time work when they want full-time work." Doesn't that completely contradict the usual GOP message? If the jobs aren't there for people who want them, what does it matter if there are still other people not working who don't want jobs? No jobs is no jobs.

You could publish their comments under the headline: "GOP Admits Low Work Force Participation is Due to Lack of Jobs, Not Lack of Motivation."
Paul Ryan, the Republican Party’s ranking financial guru, defended Jeb Bush’s recent comments that “people should work longer hours” in order to improve the American economy. “What I think he’s getting at is we have a problem in our economy in that too many people have part-time work when they want full-time work,”...
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"their employers need to step up and make more full time positions"

That's not how it works, though. If they're getting the job done with the workers they have, then that's the right place to draw the line. What is missing in the economy is not jobs (that's just the symptom). What is missing is demand. We need economic activity that creates more demand. Create more demand, then companies will need more workers.

But many of the policies that boost the economy in that direction are well-known, but opposed by the GOP. Some are opposed by Democrats, too, such as their opposition to the TPP treaty.
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Your move, Republicans.

Colorado’s Effort Against Teenage Pregnancies Is a Startling Success http://nyti.ms/1H0FQJd
A program to offer long-acting birth control, like free IUDs and implants, has helped reduce teenage pregnancies by 40 percent and abortions by 42 percent.
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First seedless, and now boneless? "They" are ruining everything!
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    Business Administration, 1980 - 1983
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The kind of place I like to like, and overall it was fine. The owner/manager guy was super friendly and chatty. But I sat at the counter for ten minutes with all kinds of customers and servers bustling around, and no one took my order. Finally got the attention of one, and she rather unenergetically did so. And my diet isn't complaining, but if you order a side of sausage, don't you expect a little more than one patty?
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Fast, friendly (enough), cheap.
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Very nice place. Friendly and quick. Converted from an old bank, so it has that feel. Recommended.
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Chief complaint: absolutely filthy restrooms. Seriously nasty. Food was average or so, but after seeing the restrooms, I'm hoping I feel okay this time tomorrow. Coffee was weak and lukewarm too. But our server was very nice.
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We had a wonderful, leisurely day, making our lunch and enjoying the camaraderie of guests from all over the place. Chef Pablo was a lot of fun, and managed to meld us together into a real cooking group. Highly recommended.
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